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of the. of good morning. the tunnel bui to escape a maximum security prison. can the u.s. track him down? 15 and counting. wisconsin governor scott walkering jumping into the presidential race today as donald trump makes headlines once again with controversial new comments about the border. which fellow candidate is now accusing him of hijacking the republican party? barrelling east. a storm system on the move after spawning tornadoes in the midwest. nearly 50 million affected to
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day with more twisters possible. and reporting for duty. prince william begins a new job as an air ambulance pilot. >> nervous. >> and he's opening up about his growing family. >> more responsibilities, especially when george is around. he's a little monkey. >> so is there a possibility of three? today monday, july 13th, 2015. from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today." we have willie in this week for matt who is taking time off. i thought that prison break in upstate new york was impressive. el chapo has this mile long tunnel that had vent lags and rail car. >> had a rail system. not the first time he escaped from prison. one of the most notorious drug pins in the world. it's clear he had tunnel.
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>> you wonder if they'll ever find him again. we'll have that in a moment. we have breaking news. marathon talks leading now to a new bailout deal with near bankrupt greece overnight. let's get to keir simmons covering the story in athens. good morning. >> savannah, good morning. european leaders pulled a 17 hour all nighter to reach this deal. that's how serious this was for europe. the greek prime minister saying he now has $100 billion of extra money but with tough reforms that are smome are calling a surrender. we came so close to running out of cash that soon he may not be able to import simply apples and lemons lemons. this state is as large as ohio. imagine ohio being forced to not use the dollar as greece is ejected from the euro. it gives you an idea about why people are biting their finger nails right through the night. savannah? >> stakes very, very high for the entire world, actually. keir simmons, thank you very
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much. >> now to that other story making worldwide headlines. the manhunt for el chapo, one of mexico's most powerful drug kingpin who's used a foe indicated tunnel to escape from a maximum security prison. mark potter has the latest. good morning. >> good morning, willie. behind me is that prison where el chapo guzman escaped through a mile long tunnel heading off in that direction. this is a major slap in the face for the mexican government which had promised to keep chapo behind bars. >> reporter: this morning we're getting our first look at mexican officials touring the tunnel exit whatjoakim guzman used to escape. he eluded police 13 years before being captured a year and a half ago. this morning police are searching for the drug lord.
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>> this is like capturing osama bin laden, having him spend a year in prison and then walking away from that prison only to re-engage in his terrorist activities. >> reporter: authorities sat escape probably took months of meticulous planning. today dozens of prison officials are being questioned. guzman was last seen on a security camera saturday night entering a shower area. he slipped into a 20 by 20 inch hole down a ladder into an elaborate ventilated tunnel made of wood and pvc pipe with a small motorized rail car. the tunnel stretched for about a mile under the prison from a half built house in a farm field. >> the cost of building this tunnel probably was between $3 million toed adds eded ed$ed 5 million. >> that penny chafrpg to guzman. >> the president said he was profoundly troubled by the escape which is considered a major embarrassment for his government.
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>> hard to imagine this happening without government officials being involved. the big question mark is how high up does it go? >> and that will be a major question for investigators who are trying to determine who else was involved in the escape. meantime, u.s. drug agents are furious that chapo guzman who is also wanted throughout the united states, is once again free. savannah? >> mark potter, thank you so much. nbc news analyst general barry mccaffrey is former director of the office of drug control policy. good to see you. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. >> this was such a huge prize to the mexican government whether they captured el chapo and very, very confident about being able to bring him to justice and keep him in prison. so it's a huge embarrassment as mark just said. are you surprised that this happened? >> well, somewhat. it's an astonishing lapse of judgment on the part of mexican authorities and law enforcement and the judicial system doesn't work. it's inefficient.
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it is corrupt. you know, some sources estimate the cartels pay $1 billion a year in bribes. this is a huge business. maybe $6 billion a year income exporting drugs to the united states. that cartel probably earns half the money. so again, i think that's a terrible comment with the exception the mexican marines and to some extent the mexican army, the president cannot rely on his own law enforcement system. >> you mention the bribes that are paid and one assumes he had a lot of help to obviously built that tunnel, probably help within the prison as well. but you have to ask yourself, is it loyalty or fear that people who are still working for him while he's in prison go to such lengths to bust him out. >> well, of course, he's a businessman. he has a third grade education. he can barely read and write.
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he's running an immensely complicated global organization that takes drugs into europe and asia, throughout south america as well as the united states. so some of it is coercion and threat of murder. he may have killed as many -- or been involved in as many deaths as 100,000 people. this cartel counting a subcontractors may have 150,000 employees. this is a gigantic operation. and the bribe money though is simply beyond belief. during this current administration, though, there's been a huge drop in cooperation out of the mexican government both in extraditions and cooperation with the dea. >> one official said maybe we'll extradite him in a few hundred years making it clear where they stand on that issue. the last time he escaped from prison, he was there for 13 plus years. do you think they'll ever find him again? >> well, it's hard to know. you know, i can't imagine he'll leave mexico.
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he's safest there. he's bought impunity from most local law enforcement. entire police departments have been bought. a year ago we saw the release of the mexican cartel figure that murdered dea agent kika tomarana 13 years ago. astonishing statement on probably the power of corruption. so i think this is a giant threat to the united states. remember, mexican cartels are in 1,000 u.s. cities and towns. this is a clear threat to our national security. >> general mccaffrey, thank you. great to get your perspective. it's amazing how vast this network is and especially in this country. >> and he's on the loose again. republican presidential candidate donald trump is using the escape of el chapo to further push his criticism of border security. and the gop field expands again today with wisconsin governor scott walker now entering the campaign.
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nbc's kelly o'donnell is in wisconsin with more on all. this good morning, kelly. >> good morning, willie. this is the place where scott walker will jump in. he may be the 15th republican getting into this race, but he comes in with high expectations of being a top tier candidate. he'll try to position himself as a fighter and winner for conservatives. that is his record. he comes into a field that already has such a contentious spirit. >> reporter: as the stage is set for scott walker's big speech, his campaign released a new video this morning. officially launching his 2016 bid. >> i'm running for president to fight and win for the american people. >> reporter: walker enlt erer enters a giant field of 15 candidates that has been dominated by donald trump and his fiery rhetoric. >> every time mexico really intelligently sends people over, we charge mexico $100,000 for every person they send over.
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>> reporter: trump was out of sight sunday but not silent. over the fugitive mexican drug lord in, a written statement trump speculated, corrupt mexican officials obviously let him go. he is possibly in the u.s. and his drugs and drug dealers freely cross into the united states through our pathetic border. other republicans are frustrated. >> i think he's hijacked the debate. i think he's a wrecking ball for the future of the republican party. >> reporter: back to walker who signed his state budget sunday. hinted at his campaign message. >> the difference between wisconsin and washington is we actually get things done. >> reporter: walker first earned national attention and credibility with conservative voters when he took on public employees unions and survived a tough recall election, walker celebrated that win here where he will kick off his presidential campaign today. >> he's got the ability to both
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excite the base and also kind be acceptable to the party establishment. >> reporter: hillary clinton will be delivering a major economic policy speech in new york where she'll be talking about her vision with a higher minimum wage and higher taxes on the wealthiest americans. for walker tonight is a very big deal. it will be one of the first opportunities for him to be tested in the national spotlight and that's going to be one of his big challenges. willie? >> kelly o'donnell, i don't know how you're going to cover all 16. thanks so much. >> we have mr. roker here. did you enjoy your time? >> we had a wonderful time. we have severe weather to talk b thank you so much. let's show you this is what happened last night. this is minnesota. four tornadoes touching down. one an ef-1. not a lot of damage. trees knocked down, power lines down as well. and now we have more severe weather to talk about this morning.
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in fact, we are watching this line that's pushing towards chicago. rainfall rates with this very impressive. we're talking about some areas picking up to an inch and a third in one hour or quarter of an inch in an hour. chicago, you're about to get hit with this. in fact, right now o'hare, an hour and a half delay on arrivals. milwaukee also looking at strong storms pushing through right now. so this wet weather is going to be coming in right at rush hour for chicago. we have a risk of severe weather later this afternoon. risk from chicago to indianapolis and into bowling green. we're talking about upwards of 47 million people at risk. damaging winds and tomorrow we've got more of the same of indianapolis, washington, d.c., down to tallahassee. some areas could be picking up three to five inches of rain out of this system so flash flooding is a big problem as well. >> thank you. you're not rusty at all. >> still got it, al. >> good. >> and natalie is here with
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overnight news on the closely watched talks with iran. good morning. >> negotiators are making encouraging progress with iran on a deal over the nuclear program. andrea mitch sl in vee yaen with the latest on this developing story. good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. faces were grim as leaders gathered this morning. i've just been told there are last minute snags as they were going over a final draft agreement that would limit iran's nuclear program for at least a decade in exchange for lifting sanctions and cripple's iran's economy. last minute hurdle included whether to also lift the u.n. arms embargo in iran and if so, when? and how much advanced nuclear research iran should be able to resume years down the road and also now how to account for the activity. john kerry said he was hopeful, it was all positive.
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a big change from days earlier when both sides were accusing each other of bad faith. and iran's nuclear expert here said the technical issues are resolved but there are still problems. and then there are bill political challenges for both sides. iran's foreign minister has to deal with hard liners in his corner. john kerry faces krut six about the deal not just among republicans but also now among democrats. we'll going to anticipate a big sales campaign from the president and cabinet if this thing comes together we hope today. if it doesn't, by midnight they need another extension, that will be the fourth. >> all right. andrea mitchell on this still developing story. thank you, andrea. heathrow airport canceled flights this morning after 12 activists cut through a perimeter fence and chained themselves together on a runway. they were protesting against the possible expansion of britain's biggest airport. the stunned raised security questions. they said it took only minutes to cut through an unguarded wire fence. at least six people were arrested.
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officials say car racing may be to blame for a north carolina crash that killed three people and sent four more to the hospital late sunday night. a victim's family members said two cars were racing when one lost control striking a group of people who were standing nearby. police are trying to figure out whether or not it was a prearranged race. they say the driver of one of the vehicles is now in jail. and a new misusa has now been crowned. amid weeks of controversy generated by the pageant co-owner, olivia jordan of oklahoma, took home the crown beating out 50 other contestants. miss texas was first runner up. broadcasters including nbc universal and owners of nbc news and univision after trump's comments made during his presidential bid announcement. the pageant found a new television home on the reelz channel. congratulations once again to olivia jordan. oklahoma. >> miss oklahoma. nicely done.
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>> all right. natalie, thank you so much. hi again. >> hello. >> more weather, please. >> let's show you quickly what we got going on across the country. you'll be looking at some beautiful weather in the pacific northwest. the dry weather continues down in florida. we're going to take a look at the drought going on. there the heat continues in the southwest. a beautiful day here in the northeast. clouds roll in later on today. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. from roller coaster hills... musical streets and movie chase scenes. it's all "one road." everywhere you take it tells your story. and wherever you are is where the road begins. the camry. toyota. let's go places. i'm meteorologist carrye kari hall.
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look at the sunshine in san francisco. it's 63 degrees into the afternoon. expect highs to reach into the 70s and 80s for most of us. 73 degrees in east bay and peninsula 82 degrees. 86 degrees in the south bay today and the tri-valley topping out at 86 degrees. have a great day. and that's your lates and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al, thank you. now to the controversy over to one of the most highly anticipated books as "to kill a mockingbird" author harper lee releases her second novel. nbc's stephanie gosk is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning. atticus finch is one of the great literary heroes, taught in high schools all over the country, but the 1950s lawyer has been knocked off the pedestal and it's his creator harper lee herself who does it. >> good morning, walter.
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>> good morning. >> reporter: to generations of the readers and viewers of the classic film atticus finch is integrity and social justice. >> you never understand a person until you consider things from his point of view. >> reporter: starting tuesday, that's all going to change. harper lee's long awaited companion novel isn't on book chevrolet shelves tomorrow. but many fans are furious that the beloved atticus is now shown to be a racist. the novel written and set during the 1950s civil rights movement features an elderly atticus opposed to that era's reforms. like desegregation, even attending a ku klux klan meeting. >> we saw his darker side. he has frankly racist opinions about his black neighbors and clients and he says that he doesn't believe black people should be a part of civil society. this is really shocking to
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readers. >> reporter: fans on social media says it's ruining their life. another adding it literally broke my heart. the reclusive author is keeping see lent, but harper collins calls it bolds and unflinching and the question of atticus' racism is one of the most critical elements in the novel and should be considered in the broader moral themes of the novel. and many feel those themes are as vivid now as they were in the 1950s with racial tension coming to flash points in ferguson and charleston. it may be hitting the shelves at the right time. >> this is a complex and rich topic. it really speaks to where we are right now as a nation. >> reporter: book critics are in a twist ebb a all of this as you probably can imagine. here are a coup of the best comments. one called it disturbing
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reading, particularly disorienting for mocking bird fans. and another said it was the toppling of idols and "new york times" wrote it can permanently reshape harper lee's legacy. >> amazing. >> how many are going to read it? >> i did. my daughters read it in high school and i think people are going back to it again. >> compares the two, yeah. >> i would say on the plus side we're talking about a book. >> that's exciting. >> not reality tv. >> there you go. >> not an act. >> yeah. >> 60-year-old book. thanks a lot. coming up, what was it and could it happen again? a search for what caused a mysterious explosion on the crowded beach that sent a woman to the hospital. and we're starting a special week long series called "save my life." how to save someone who is drowning and why your first instincts may not be the right ones. but first, this is "today" on
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it's different. it stops sweat before it starts. add some color to your life with certain dri. i'm ... ==anim== happening now... ==topvo== a smooth commute so far on the new and improved doyle drive. crews reopened san francisco's monday. i'm sam brock. a new and improved doyle drive. crews reopened san francisco's main golden gate bridge connector eight hours ahead of schedule at 9:00 last night. now it is a straighter drive than the old temporary bypass and the lanes are much wider. seismic safety upgrades and landscaped medians also. 9 911 service off line this morning. the unspecified problem impacts the 966 prefix and the 707 area code. they're telling people to call a different number instead which is flashing on your screen. anyone who is affected is told to called 707-253-0911 to
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report emergencies. no word on when 911 will be be up and running again. new video of an elderly woman missing for three days in the east bay found safe. search crews found the woman last night in walnut creek near an open space area fl she was missing since friday when she was seen leaving her downtown walnut creek apartment. in the video, she's being taken by ambulance to the hospital but only as a precaution. it's monday. let's get a look at what the weather has in store for us. >> kari hall good morning. sam. we get a view from the low clouds settling into the valleys. now the temperature in livermore at 64 degrees. santa rosa 56 degrees and san francisco 63 degrees. heading up to 89 degrees in the south bay and gilroy at 83 degrees in palo alto. san francisco, castro, looking at 73 degrees. 70s and 80s across most of the bay today. let get a look at traffic with
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mike. >> we're looking at palo alto. a shift that moved from the right side to the left side. still slowing on the map. not quite so pronounced but the morning is still young. we'll so slowing, not jammed. a crash moved off of the road. still a distraction there. doyle drive, a new approach and the new deeparture moving well this morning. back to you. things are looking good, thank you very much mike. we'll be back in 25 minutes with another local news update. for now, back to the "today" show.
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7:30 on a monday morning the 13th of yuljuly 2015. we will say hello to that crowd in a few minutes. >> here's a look at headlines this morning. mexican prison officials are being questioned as the manhunt heats up for a notorious drug lord. joaquin "el chapo" guzman escaped through a prison shower. >> scott walker is about to be the 15th republican to enter the presidential race. he will launch his campaign outside of milwaukee tonight. >> olivia jordan was crowned
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miss usa in baton rouge last night. donald trump's comments on immigration caused many sponsors to pull out. he did not attend. a mystery in rhode island after a powerful blast rattled a crowded beach and sent a woman to the hospital. here's kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: this morning officials are still investigating what caused the mystery explosion on a popular rhode island beach. >> i was five feet from my sister looking at her. there was a massive bang. you physically seen rocks shift. she was ejected forcefully out of her chair, four feet into the air, ten feet out. like a live canthon ball. >> engine one rescue three. respond now to salty brian sea beach. a subject is pinned under rocks. >> reporter: for several minutes 60-year-old kathleen denise was unconscious, her ribs broken rushed to the hospital the beach evacuated. investigators found no sign of
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explosives and are no closer to figuring out what caused the blast so powerful it left cracks in the spand. >> the derp nation was made. we feel confident to let them back on the beach. >> reporter: even those who witnessed the blaster were back on the beach sunday. some even climbing on the rocks. >> no concerns whatsoever. it was just an incident. it happened. >> we don't want to ruin our summer. we just want to keep going to the beach, having fun sthrks for. >> reporter: for the victim's family the after shocks are deeper. >> spent the day and got more than we bargained for. >> reporter: denise is out of the hospital. the family is looking for answers. >> we looked to see if they had caution tape up. they don't. >> reporter: a mystery that has many wondering how it happened and whether it could again. kristen dahlgren nbc news rhode island.
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>> scary. >> i won't go back to the beach until they figure it out. >> turning to mr. roker. what's shaking? >> we have a sports reporter for you. it is yesterday at the pensacola blue wahoos game. watch what happens to the score board. boom! >> wow. >> they take a direct hit. knocks out the score board. there was an hour and a half delay. good news. the wahoos beat the montgomery biscuits extending their five-game winning streak. >> amazing. >> a nice piece of wahoo on a biscuit. i like that. you can see now we have a heat wave wave. heat adviseryes watches and warnings. the jet stream pushed way to the north. storps are are riding along that. it's bringing the heat in. look at how it feels like today
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in little rock. 107. 106 in shreveport. atlanta will feel like 100. dallas you haven't hit 100 yet this year but you will by tomorrow. 102 it will feel like. atlanta will feel like 102. we have a risk of strong storms from chicago extending all the way into parts of tennessee. beautiful weather many in the good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we need the rain but it's not in the forecast. we see temperatures as you head out the door now in the low to mid-60s. today's forecast brings it up to 73 degrees in the east bay. san francisco reaching 70 degrees. gorgeous shot there. 86 degrees in the south bay. and 82 degrees in the peninsula. in the tri-valley expect highs to reach 87 degrees with mostly sunny skies. more of this warm weather through the workweek.
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okay. by the way, i went on the biscuits website. check out the mascot. >> i love that! >> with a pat of butter. >> i'm hungry. thanks. >> new biscuits fans on the set. >> we need t-shirts. >> and biscuits. >> yeah! >> al thank you very much. you know the nerves, excitement you feel when you start a new job? prince william may experience it today as he takes on a new role as an air ambulance pilot. joe? >> reporter: you might think prince william had enough with his royal duties and two kids by today starts a civilian job that involves nine and a half hour shifts and a high level of skill. william was born into the role of prince. when it comes to his job as air ambulance pilot this is day one.
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>> very very happy to be here. first day. nerves. >> reporter: it's not an image you see every day, a prince pauling a helicopter around a rainy airport runway. he's getting his hands dirty after months of changing diaperers. as of late he's been spending time with family including his two children. prince george who is almost 2 and princess charlotte who was christened a week ago. >> etit's been fantastic. she's a joy having. it's more responsibility look after two little ones. especially when george is around. he's a little monkey. >> reporter: it's hard leaving behind the kids to go to work but the prince says -- >> no more difficult than anyone else has to do. >> reporter: he's a former search and rescue pilot with the royal air force. for the new job he'll fly doctors and paramedics to car crashes and transport patients to the hospital. >> i'm hugely excited to join a professional bunch of guys and
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girls doing a unique complex job. >> reporter: for now he'll divide his time work royal duties and family which begs the question -- any chance of a third royal baby? >> we have just had the second one. you never know what's going to happen in the future. >> reporter: as for the air ambulance job. already prince william's crew did get a call. the helicopter took off but the call went away and the helicopter returned. he will earn a salary but all of the money will be doe fatednated to charity. >> busy first day. before he gets the i.d. he gets a call. >> she just gave birth 20 minutes ago and they should keep going making their perfect children. >> coming up speaking of babies this might be the most adorable video you will see all day. a little baby girl sees with her new glasses the for the first time. i can't bear it. >> got to see that. the start of a special rosen
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report series. >> reporter: good morning. coming up we although show you what it's like when somebody is drowning drowning. it's not loud. it's often silent. and how to save their life if you spot it. you don't binge eating disorder, or b.e.d., isn't just overeating. it's a real medical condition. and while the exact cause is unknown, certain chemicals in the brain may play a role. b.e.d. is also the most common eating disorder in u.s. adults. hi, i'm monica seles. when i binged, i wasn't in control. i never felt satisfied no matter what the quantity was. afterwards i felt so upset with myself. to learn more about b.e.d. go to and talk with your doctor.
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♪ so they came back home. because they get $300 for switching back to verizon. and so can you! verizon, come home to a better network. we are back at 7:42 with the start of a special rossen reports series. >> we'll show you simple ways to save someone's life in the worst case scenarios beginning with the timely topic of drowning. national correspondent jeff rossen is here with important information. good morning. >> good morning. we want to help a lot of pineapplepeople. we are spending a lot of time in the pool this summer and we know how hard it can be to keep track of everyone especially kids. they move so fast the. for children aged 1 to 4 accidental drowning is the number one killer.
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swimming pools are are ten times more likely to kill your child than a gun. could you spot someone drowning and then what do you do? give give me two minutes and i will show you how to save a life. right now a child is drowning in this pool. can you spot him? i will give you a second. can't find him? don't feel bad. i couldn't either. let me zoom in. there he is. just went off the tube. it happens that fast. even in a packed pool like thisment luckily a life guard spots hip and saves his life. so this summer with kids and adults jumping in all of us need to be ready. >> it can be completely silent and quick. >> reporter: jeff thompson is a certified life guard. i thought anybody drowning would be flailing screaming help i can't swim. >> unfortunately they can't breathe so they can't call for help. >> reporter: what does it look like when somebody is drowning.
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>> the feet look like they are climbing upstairs arms going up and down and the action is under water. there is no splashing on the surface. it looks similar to this. >> reporter: it looks like you are relaxing on your back but you are rert call in the water. >> that's correct. >> reporter: what do you do if you notice someone drowning? we'll show you. i will play the victim here. >> first scream for somebody to call 911. never jump in the pool. they can pull you under. use a pool skimmer or your arm. the pool skimmer should be on the pool deck. >> reporter: critical tip. keep the pool skimmer handy. >> grab them by the wrists and you will pull them out of the water. roll them and if necessary start cpr. >> reporter: in the movies people go for mouth to mouth. >> we don't want to do that. focus on chest compressions to keep the brain alive. sfrks what do you do? >> rib cage, two fingerers above the notch at the bottom. one heel he on lace the fingerers. a hundred compressions a minute
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like trying to squeeze the water out of a nerf ball. >> reporter: the this looks like it could hurt . >> it will keep them alive. >> reporter: seconds matter especially in a drowning. it all comes down to how long your brain was without oxygen. identifying the victim and getting them out the right way could be the difference between a normal life brain damage or death. >> near drownings can be as devastating. i would think you would want to flip them over make sure -- it's hard -- >> when you get them out of the pool flip them over. see if they are breathing. if not, start cpr. >> if it is a kid, go get them. >> if it is a kid you can get them. there have been cases where adultpull you under. tomorrow we continue the series talking about choking. it can happen at a restaurant a home anywhere to children and adults alike. we have seen movies with the heimlich maneuver but how do you
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did it. social media lit up. one mean tweet is getting attentionment ironic then that the main reason for her success is she's built like a man. >> really? >> awful. >> of all people harry potter author fired back saying "she is built like a man," yeah my husband looks just like this in a dress. you're an idiot. williams came out on top at the champions dinner sunday night looking incredible. of course there is one thing on her mind. we did it now you know what i have on my mind now. i have a feeling she's talking about the u.s. open. >> she is. if anyone can do it she can >> i watched so much wimbledon on my week off. if you have any questions at all. i cried yesterday when federer didn't win. >> thank you very much. >> coming up carrie underwood's
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in the east bay are looking for . a very good monday morning to you. 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. authorities looking for someone they say tried to run down april police officer. lafayette police say 28-year-old alexander william anderson also uses a different name accused of ramming a police car last thursday. anderson is also wanted in connection with several home burglaries. a potential make or break vote in the south bay. santa clara county's largest union decided to vote again an ratifying a new contract. union representatives tentatively agreed to a deal two weeks ago. members rejected it last friday. we're now learning some of them may not have understood the new terms. a strike would affect everything from garbage workers to 911 operators. the new vote is slated for july 22nd. what are we in store for when it comes to the forecast? let's check in with kari.
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>> good morning, laura. we start out with clouds in spots but a great view towards the bay bridge. going into the day, temperatures will be a little warmer than yesterday. still nice and comfortable. low clouds move in tonight with sunset just before 8:30. today in gilroy expect a high of 89 degrees and 83 degrees in redwood city. some 70s in san francisco. while we see some mid-80s in the north day. also 80s in the tri-valley and the east bay into the mid-70s. that's a look at the micro climate forecast. what's happening on the roads, mike? >> a crash in north 280 just past mclaughlin. also 280 at 17 we see that build. overall, not so bad. 101 slows up. peninsula, southbound, a crash at willow. that caused some slowing through redwood city. that bogs you down. doyle drive reopened. will we see slowing in both directions through the area between the marina and the golden gate bridge. back to you. thank you very much.
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. it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, carrie to the rescue. superstar carrie underwood forced to break into her own car to help free her innocent son. what you need to know if your kids are trapped. then the secrets behind successful women. >> the biggest tress erstressor? >> lack of time. >> when my children are screaming. >> work motto? >> happy work makes happy life. how two busy moms turned their passions into booming businesses. and seacrest in. >> this is "american idol." . keeping up with the kardashians and opening the door to a
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brand-new project. >> knock knock, we're live. today monday july 13, 2015. ♪ >> in new york city for the summer. want to make a shout out to everyone in cedar falls, iowa. >> to our family and friends in baltimore and philly! >> hey, nana and papi! >> we love the "today" show! >> good morning, savannah! hey, al, what's up in our neck of the woods? and welcome back to "today" 8:00 monday, july 13, 2015. great crowd out on our plaza and great weather and the only thing that could make it better, ryan seacrest in the crowd. seacrest is here.
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he'll be on the show or just hanging out in the crowd? >> he's on the show. catch up about "american idol" and has a new show called "knock, knock live." much to discuss with ryan. >> outstanding. >> should we gate check of the weather? >> no, let's get a check of the news. like i said, let's get the news. >> you're just not used to me being here. you're used to being with dylan. >> hey, gnatnat, good morning. >> a mexico prison officials are being questioned about the escape of guzman chapo he was last seen on prison security videos saturday night entering a shower area. official os say from there he escaped through a hole that led to a mile-long tunnel. the escape, his second, is a huge embarrassment for the mexican government, which had boasted after his recapture last year that guzman would never get out. meantime, small villages in mexico have been evacuated because of a threat by the so-called volcano of fire, which
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has roared back to life. miguel almaguercalima, mexico, with the latest. what is the late snstst? >> we can smell smoke and soot and ash. better known as the volcano of fire. it began spewing lava on thursday. a mile and a half into the air. there's been so much volcanic activity in this area. they have cleared a 7 1/2 mile radius from the volcano. some 700 people have been forced to leave their home and that number could rise. soot is falling in neighborhoods, as much as two inches thick. blanketing neighborhood after neighborhood. officials are concerned about health concerns over the next couple days and this volcano showing increased activity. the biggest eruption they have seen here in the last century. the danger level here certainly high as they're asking for more folks to move even further away from this very acive and incredibly busy volcano.
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natalie? >> miguel almaguer, thank you. some sad news this morning. the president of nintendo has died. was considered the leading figure behind some of nintendo's most popular devices. he died in japan on saturday of cancer. ewata was 55 years old. 108-year-old great-grand great-grandmother has set a record as the oldest person to throw out a ceremonial first pitch at a major league baseball game. seattle mariners' fan evelyn jones used her walker to step on to the field. she was born when teddy roosevelt was president tossed an underhander to felix hernandez while the entire stadium sang happy birthday to her. her team beat the angels, 5-0. so, fantastic. love her. >> what an inspiration. >> thank you. well, there was a scare for music superstar carrie underwood and serving as teachable moment for a lot of parents.
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>> her infant son became accidentally locked inside her car and quick action was needed to rescue him. janet shamlian has more. >> reporter: her 4-month-old son with hockey player mike fisher became trapped in a car. the country star tweeting, when your dogs manage to lock themselves all your stuff and the baby the car and you have to break a window to get in. #whatarethechances. followed by these tweets. i should clarify, my brother-in-law was the window breaker but all is good now, minus the broken window, of course. it happens thousands of times a year says child safety group >> sometimes people feel embarrassed about something like this when it hans and not only a wonderful mom, but teaching a lesson by putting it out. >> reporter: it's a disturbing statistic.
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40 children die in hot cars on average each year. most after a parent accidentally leaves them behind. when temps are in the low 80s, the heat inside a vehicle can become deadly in just ten minutes. what to do if your child gets locked in the car. if you don't have another set of keys, call 911. you can cover the windows to keep it from heating up as fast and if you break one of the windows, choose the one furtherest from the child. e.r. doctors say it's a race against the clock because children are more susceptible to heat stroke. why don't they have the sweat capability of an adult? >> their regulatory systems aren't quite developed yet and their ability to produce sweat is diminished in children versus adults. >> reporter: public serve campaigns urge parents to check the back seat. >> look before you lock. >> reporter: and safety advocates suggest moving a stuffed animal from the car seat to the front seat when is a child is riding. >> when you see the stuffed
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animal in the front seat, you know the baby is in the back. >> reporter: in carrie underwood underwood's case, their son wasn't forgotten and family members acted fast with the best ending. >> how many of those stories have we seen? the locked cars and the overheating in the summer. it's terrible. >> always good to get a lesson and a reminder. coming up next, the man who got trapped inside a fedex store for hours and the hilarious ways he passed the time. plus, the secrets of successful women. how two busy moms turned their passions into booming businesses. our man ryan seacrest on the end of idol and the start of something new. but, first, these messages.
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as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them. all right. we are back at 8:11. a special what's trending today. i would like to call pi lifeline. ryan seacrest. are you ready? >> i'm an expert on thun ofnone of this stuff. >> you will fit in fine. first up from dating to facebook when are kids ready for begmilestones in life. buzz feed polled parents to find out. what do you think is the right age where kids are ready for their own facebook account? >> 15. >> 15. >> 14. >> lower. >> i saw a kid this weekend. 12. >> all right. you're all right. 58% said 14 to 15.
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okay. at what age would you say kids are are ready for a first date? >> never. >> it depends on whether you are talking about a boy or a girl. >> really? >> double standard. >> that's nest. >> i'm being honest. >> really? >> 15 again. >> me too. >> most people said 16. there were several "not on my watch." at what age is a kid red are di for the birds and the bees? >> 9 or 10. >> my mom never had it with me. she said you learn it in school. >> 10 to 12. you are the winnerer. 37% said 10 to 12. >> can we start this now? i would leekike to learn. >> at what age are kids ready to get a tattoo? >> out of the house, headachinge ing -- making money. >> 17. >> 17% said 16 to 17.
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the vast majority said lol. forgot it. no way >> how many tattoos here? >> zero. >> none. one. >> you have one. >> my mom made me get diylandylan's mom made her get it. >> what is it is it? >> a turtle. >> carson makes up for all of us. he's the tat guy. what would you do if you were locked up overnight for hours in a store? one guy in san antonio found out. he popped into a fed ex just before closing time at 9:00 to print out flyerers. he found the doors locked and no one around. they closed up while he was printing. he did some jumping jacks, created a free chris galvan meem with the # fedexprisoner. after two hours he was rescued by a store employee.
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he called another 24-hour fed ex. they called the manager who came back to open up >> was it like "cast away" where he opened boxes for survival i? >> he got a soccer ball friend. >> what store would you like to be in? >> costco. >> target. >> you have beds tires. everything. >> macy's and a frozen yogurt store. i could live on that. >> very nicely. >> i would like to be satat saks with natalie. we see little piperer able to see clearly for the first time. take a look. >> hi! hi piper. how are you? >> oh, my. >> that's amazing.
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>> i can't take it. that's what you look like? >> i love it. >> i can't take it. i would guess 9 months or something. >> look at the face. >> she should be on facebook for sure. >> ready for facebook. >> adorable. >> remind you of someone you know? >> killing! so cute. >> now to one man who could lure david letterman out of retirement and the little guys who ruled the box office. dylan, time for popstart. >> i will give this another try. david letterman left "the late show" in may. he heard something on the news and couldn't stay out of the spotlight. >> i was complacent satisfied, content. and then a couple of days ago donald trump said he was runningerrunning for president. i have made the biggest mistake of my life ladies and
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gentlemen. >> he's missing on a gold mine. coming ott ofut of retirement popping out at a steve martin and martin short show popping uh to tell donald trump jokes. next dolly parton is red are di to tell the story of her up bringing in a movie for nbc called "coat of many colors" named of one of her big hits. she had a big surprise for an actress named olivia. >> we are really here to announce you have been chosing to play little dolly in the movie movie. how's that? >> so good! >> you can't get the uh news from anybody better than dolly. she immediately felt a connection with 7-year-old olivia duringer her audition. adorable. now to the little guys leaving a big mark at the box office. the minions made mincemeat of
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the competition grabbing more than $115 million, the second biggest opening ever just behind "shrek the third" and riding the new york city subway with he is son in full gear. goggles included. >> we saw it this weekend. i didn't go anywhere near that. it's a cute movie. >> are you a minions fan? >> i have a minion. >> all right. we'll check if with ryaner more coming up. first a check of the weather. >> we have severe weather that's pushing through on its way to chicago. airport delays big time now in chicago. also at midway. kansas city you're looking at brutal heat over the next several days. in fact you will be near 99 to 100. it will feel over 100 degrees as that rolls on. we have severe weather from
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chicago, st. louis, bowling green. enhanced risk but a strong risk stretching from chicago, peoria evansville lexington. tornadoes can't be ruled out. damaging wins. 47 million folks at risk. tomorrow we have almost as many at risk with flash flood watches from illinois to kentucky. rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour. some areas could be picking up three to four inches. we'll be tracking the severe weather over the next 48 hours. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we start out with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s this morning. in san francisco, it is now 63 degrees. we're seeing some low clouds in some spots, especially near the coast. but a lot of sunshine this afternoon. expect a high of 86 degrees in the south bay. peninsula, 82 degrees. in the east bay, 73 degrees. we'll see spots like the tri-valley reaching into the upper 80s. and the north bay today reaching 83 degrees.
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that's your latest weather. >>le al thank you so much. today we are revealing the secrets of successful women beginning with two successful moms. jenna bush hager is here with the story, a successful mom herself. >> these women are impressive. combined they have more than 20 million social media followers. they are raising a. family and creating successful brands while setting their own rules on how to run booming businesses. text talker or e-mail? >> text. >> text. >> biggest stressor. >> lack of time. >> when my children are screaming. >> work motto? >> happy work makes happy life. >> go after what you want. >> are you happy? >> yes. >> i'm really happy. >> catherine and joy are doing things their way. these digital media darlings is have each seen their small blogs explode into so much more. >> i started weeliciouser for me
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. for two and a half years i never took advertising. i was doing it for the passion, not for the finance. >> mccord launched wee licious in 2008. when she was at a loss of what to feed her infant son. >> i started going online. there was so little information about how you feed babies how to make them great eaters making home made food. i got my little camera and started taking pictures of baby food recipes. wee licious was born. >> the kentucky born former model grew up with a love of fresh food and vegetablesment she uses her culinary skills to come up with family friendly food. >> i believe we can adapt whatever you offer is what your family will eat. >> my kids would be thrilled if i put california rolls in their school lunch every day. >> reporter: thousand with two children and another on the way, catherine and wee licious have groan as -- grown as a brand.
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>> you started and your office was your kitchen. where is it now? >> my kitchen. i love that i i'm a working mom but i work from home. >> reporter: has this business allowed you in some ways to work towards the balance? i i mean the fact that you get to be home. >> the balance is pretty much impossible. i think you can't have it all. we aspire to be the perfect wife the perfect mother friend and daughter. something is going to suffer. what i have created just out of luck really just fulfills pe. in turn it fulfills my family. >> reporter: it is a sentiment joy choi agrees with. >> balance is a tough word. it implies perfection. i would ratherle call it juggling. that's what it is. >> reporter: today she's a wife and motherer of two. she's also an entrepreneur. >> i have 60 ways to create and
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give joy. her oh joy blog is the corner stone of her brand. >> i i went into it blind thinking it was just are a hobby. to my surprise and delight it turned into you know a very big part of my business. >> reporter: her joyful aesthetic led to collaborations with target land of nod, band aid and more. her drive she says comes from her parents. >> my parents came here with $600 in their pocket. they started a group of thai restaurants in philadelphia. they didn't say i will start a business one day. but i think whether i realized iter or not it seeped into my brain. >> reporter: it's a gift she hopes to pass on to her own daughter. >> i'm being a role model for my children. you can create something from nothing. that's what it's about. >> reporter: what do you think you uh bring to the table as a woman? >> almost getting to a place where women are doing these amazing things.
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it's not even -- you don't have to blink at it or skd guess it. it is what it is. they can have all the things they want and not necessarily have to give up one or the other. they have to figure out how those pieces work together. >> reporter: the secrets to success? >> you have to live and breathe what fachly lynaturally comes out of you. that shows more than you know. >> follow something that you love. sit down. write ten things you want to do. make it so out there and unrealistic that i bet you one of those ideas will be the one to hit. >> reporter: two women turning their dream into a reality. >> so both joy and catherine will tell you they weren't overnight successes. like many of the other women who run digital media brands hard work mixed with ads on their sites and brand collaboration proved to be a winning combination. >> you say passion is the common
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denominator. >> they started the businesses because they were passionate. you can see ter authentic. not like how can i make money fast. they have created great businesses. one of which i was jealous as a moment they can work from hope. they incorporate kids this their project. >> she knows how to make all the organ if i can food. >> send me some of that for mia. >> tomorrow we'll have another successful woman on. she started a business from her living room. i love it. if her pajamas. >> don't you wish we could? this is basically a pajama dress but you know what i'm saying. >> sounds good. willie over to you. >> up ethicsnext, two of the biggest names in hollywood. tv shows, books, and beards. >> you look better than when you woke up this morning. >> i'm not trimming well. >>
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i'm ... ==topvo== a recent spike in gri good monday morning. it's 8:26. i'm sam brock. a recent spike in gas prices is apparently just getting started. across the state, prices per gallon are up at least a quarter over the past few days. analysts predict costs will continue to rise over the next week or so. some gas stations in san francisco are now charging more than four bucks per gallon. compared to the national average of just under $3. special blends required by the state for the summer and refinery issues experiencing right now are driving those drives. mike is looking at an accident on the peninsula, right? >> that's correct. 101 at doyle drive. just south of there, south 101
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how of san francisco, that's where the crash is. moved to the shoulder. a little slowing there. farther south, 280 is another problem for the peninsula. highway 84, crash blocking one lane. slowing for palo alto you'd expect that heading south into the new shift. shifting left instead of right south of university. and northbound routes through the south bay, silicon valley commute, no surprises but a general slowing. >> a little packed in the south bay. thank you very much, mike. see you again in 25 minutes with another update.
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8:30 on this monday the 13th of july 2015. running hot out here on the plaza. we have a great summer crowd here on a monday morning. >> coming up uh he survived trending. now it's teem to ees's time to chat with ryan about all things idol the kardashians and a new show. >> plus judd apatow is here with
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a new "trainwreck" of a movie starring amy schumer. he wrote and directed. he'll tell us about it. >> and we are cooking up your comfort food favorites with a lighterer twist starting with lasagna. >> i might do that. let's get a check of the weather. >> of course we know about the drought out in california right? there is a drought in eastern and southern florida. miami way below average. 111 inch 1 miami way below average. 111 inch 11 inches for year. we are look at wet weather along the midatlantic coast. a risk of strong storms through the upper mississippi and ohio river valleys. plenty of sunshine as you get out west where they don't get all of this. what's your name?
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>> elizabeth. >> is that your little brother. >> yeah. >> he doesn't look very happy. what's your name? >> robert. >> an droo i can't. >> and who's that? good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we see the sunshine as we get our view from mt. tam this morning. and temperatures are starting out in the low to mid-60s. heading into the afternoon, expect mainly 70s and 80s all across the bay. it will be 82 degrees in redwood city. castro reaching 73 degrees. and in the north bay, reaching the lower 80s to mid-70s for the east bay while walnut creek makes it up to 85 degrees. and in the tri-valley, expect highs in the low to mid-80s. make sure you get uhthe weather any time you need it on the weather channel on table, online. >> thank you, al. with hit show after hit show ryan seacrest has been called
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the hardest working man in show business. his newest show "knock knock live" they go door to door turning people's dreams into reare alre are ality. >> knock, knock. we're live. you're not dressed? >> oh my. >> nice to pete you. >> what if i said i would give you $100 and a high five. >> i would take it all day. >> though way. >> there you go. >> there you go bro. >> thank you, man. i i appreciate it. >> high five. >> ryan good morning. >> another day, another show. >> simon fuller came to me with the idea. i love the concept. we are doing it live. that was me having fun around the corner. we are showing up to deserving people's homes giving them things they could use. >> they won't know you are
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coming? >> we'll have the neighbors and family members set up. but we'll show up with a team of people. we'll do everything from give them cash to rebuild their house to cars. >> you have celebrities involved too. >> there are really compelling -- i don't want to give too much away. we have compelling stories from teenagers who have been bullied at school. they have a favorite pop star. many people watching will know them. they have been called upon to show up at their home and surprise them. >> is that you calling up celebrities like hey, it's ryan. >> we're on the radio and they are calling to promote their record saying could you also do this show quick? once you see the stories, it's all about the great stories from people. you say -- and the stars especially say i will make time for that. david beckham is on the first the episode giving away $100,000 to a deserving family. they think it will be david and then $#100,000.
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>> is he coming to my door? "american idol." 15th and final season. are you feeling reflective? >> i watched the piece you guys did here on the "today" show showing all the seasons of "idol" and i was emotional. we have been talking about it but when i saw the moments i got hoegs al emotional. i will miss it. >> you were the consistent theme. you are the only original cast member. when you think about yourself 15 years ago and think about yourself now. how much difference is there? >> i was scared to death when i i started the show. i pretended to know what i was doing but i had never done live television. i was really nervous. i got pr comfortable with it. what was i doing with my hair and wardrobe? >> that's a great look. >> chemically induced hair color for too long. >> it looks good. >> skin color, too maybe. you look suspiciously tan in
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that shot. >> i had been to a spray tanning place. no longerer. i look tan because simon's pale. >> you're so successful with so many things going on. you could just relax. rest on your laurels, sit in your house, have a good time. what drives you so hard? >> i dreamt of moving to los angeles, moving to hollywood and getting a job. i didn't grow up in this world or know anybody. i love that i get to to do it. i did a deal with i heart media. >> the rid radio gig. >> radio is america's companion. there is an amazing dynamic. i will do more years with i heart and other stations across the country. >> i i can't even keep uh with the kardashians. also art of the ryan seacrest empire. so you have kim and kanye expect ing, caitlyn jenner's
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transition. scott and kourtney. does he get kicked off the show? >> the show is reality. whatever happens happens. you hate to see a split with a family you know and love. hopefully things will work out. never a dull hoemt. >> my driver had caitlyn in the car and the car had to go to the shop after the paparazzi beating on the car. >> what are you doing next summer? >> i was thinking we have not spent enough time together. >> that's how i feel . >> what was going on in london? >> the olympics. >> i started researching restaurants in rio. i thought maybe if you're up for it perhaps we should rekindle at the olympics in rio, maybe. >> i would love that. >> grab a bite to eat or more. [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> so good! we're ready.
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we might see you in rio for the olympics. >> maybe. i would love it. put in a good word. >> i will. >> i would love to do it. >> i have though influencer here. congrats on everything. see you in rio, i hope. "knock knock live" premieres july 21 on fox. judd apatow on working with amy schumer and being sick in the head. you have 12 jobs. >> a hundred movies. he put me in one for two minutes. >> which one? >> "knocked up." i got to say, son of a -- you -- >> he let peme say the f word. only time i have ever said it. >> really? >>on camera.
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we are back with judd apatow. he brought us uh "knocked up"
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and "girls." his new movie "trainwreck" is one of the summer's most anticipated. amy schumer reconsiders her swinging bachelorette lifestyle when she meets a charping sports doctor played by bill hader. good to see you. >> good to be here. >> you are known in hollywood for your grooming. you won't step out until you are groomed. you sent out a tweet, your preparations. look at that man. >> if that's not comedy i can start the day with i don't know what isment it's nice to be a man and not have to look good. >> you look great. >> look what i turned it into. what's bad is i'm going gray but in patches. i look insane. >> it works for you. >> it does. >> let's talk about the movie. it's so funny. people will go nuts for it. amy schumer wrote. you directed it. you are used to wieting ingwriting
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and directing. was that different? >> i loved it. >> did you is this. >> it's half the work. why am i i writing and directing. if i direct are, half the day is a nap. amy has to fix things. >> what is it about amy schumer? she's explodeded but people in comedy have known her for years and years. why do you think she caught fire? >> just because she's insanely funniment she loves writing jokes. she's willing to be vulnerable and tell the truth. she's the perfect comedian for right now. >> is he's hysterical. it's her life, she says. is that really amy on the screen in movie? >> it's about 30%. in any movie it changes. it did start with us just talking saying how's your dating life? when it goes well why? when it crashes what are you doing wrong is this that turned into this movie. >> she said when writing the movie she assumed they would
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cast a kate. kate hudson kate middleton perhaps. spe said you told her it was herment. >> . >> lebron james, who knew? funny guy. >> crazy funny. in an irritating way. he's so good at so many things. i'm not as good at basketball as him. >> no. >> i don't like it when he's as good at my thing. he's really funny. even people who root against him decide to like him. >> is it weird to direct lebron james when you are telling the guy who's the best in the world, this is how it will be. >> as a small unathletic man there is nothing i enjoy more than bossing people around who can dominate me. i'm totally dom tating him. >> do you have any basketball game? >> no game.
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uh i'm a i'm a choker. at match point, i always double fault. that's my move. >> your book, "sick this inin the head". >> all the money goes to charity. >> what do we read into the title? >> the picture captures a lot. the pain the tears. and the shock of what's happening. it's about interviews with comedians, so a lot of people i talked to about what they do. also about their lives. it's inspirational to people. you learn why they are funny and how they are living life. >> it talks about the medians you inspire. one is bill cosby and whether you wanted the role or not in society you have been the leading voice going after bill cosby in the wake of the allegations by woman against him. is that something you did consciously? >> not really. i just noticed no one else was
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saying this was a bad thing. i would have loved to not talk about it. it's incredibly sad. it's one of the most tragic things that happened in our business. we do have to stand up for the women and say we believe you. we don't have to worry about him. a lot of people got terribly hurt. when you go on a date you don't need seven prescriptions for quaaludes. i'm in show business. famous people can meet women without prescriptions. >> are you surprised more people didn't have the courage to step out? people say wait a minute. because it's bill cosby, let's pump the brakes? >> we all should be hesitant to get involved about anything. when it's 40 people it's time for everybody to wake up and say we should be concerned about the women. >> congratulations on everything. the book, the movie. good to see you. >> thank you. >> "trainwreck" from universal, our sisterer company opens friday.
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he'll be back next hour and with kathie lee and hoda. coming up fedexnext on today food. lightening up your favorite comfort food. like lasagna. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ ♪ ♪ you're only young once. unless you have a subaru. (announcer) the subaru xv crosstrek. symmetrical all-wheel drive plus 34 mpg. love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru.
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# #. hi. we're back at 8:48. on "today's food," we're firing up our slim down series this week and into the weekend, we're serving up quicker, easier lighter dishes to keep new swimsuit shape but they're yummy, too. candace, good morning. >> good morning. >> so we're making one of my favorites, lasagne. i do not think that is a light dish normally. so what we did is took out the meat and put in meaty mushrooms and added in greens like spinach and kale. we're going to make a homemade marinara that will give you a big pop of plafrflavor without a ton
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of calories. >> how do you make your sauce? >> we have onions and garlic going in here. cook them down to caramelize them. then add crushed canned tomatoes. and some fresh oregano. add a lot of flavor without adding a ton of fat there. so what we want to do is cook this down into this amazing sauce so the flavors get concentrated into this. >> not that i would ever do. this but if you were in a pinch for time you could buy the jar? >> yes. absolutely. absolutely. totally cool. what we do to add nutrient boost is ood is add in spinach. do a two hour simmer. add spinach or kale and then a secret is balsamic vinegar. it tastes amazing when all said and done. >> okay. simmer two hours and then just add that and you're done or more simmering? >> you can finish it off just like this and it's done. >> great. mushrooms are key here.
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you're going to give us a technique. slicing mushrooms. >> you don't need to take the stem off. use a flat bottom knife and cut it in half. have the stem facing you you and just slice like soment you can get really nice thin slices on those. with shitaki, you want to remove that woody stem. it's absolutely delicious. no feed to waste. it's about root to leaf cooking now. >> you are have a mix of mushrooms. >> absolutely. you could do oyster button mushrooms, cremini, cooked down with greens. >> the gang are down here eating. you're so quiet, i i'm suspicious. >> we are eating. we haven't said two words. >> ahazing. so good. >> i know they like it because they're not gabbing. what's next?
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>> work on your filling. we have onions with olive oil and push rooms. you will add in spinach or kale. you will flavor your ricotta. >> you useder part skim. again cutting back on the fat and calories. >> we're not skimping on anything. it's 2%. you will still get a hit of flavorment. >> guys does it taste cheesy enough? >> perfect. >> the cheese on top gives it a pop. >> i love that. we are basically flavoring our cheese mixture, adding in gorgeouser car caramelized mushrooms, onions and greens. >> this is the fun part. you use the no boil noodles. >> we're busy. we have to save time. no boil is the way to go. you can definitely -- >> and gents.
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>> i'm sorry, al. add the sauce to the bottom. it's simple. sauce on the bottom. then the second layer, do the no boil foodles. just go ahead and grab three. they go straight in. >> yep >> then the ricotta mixture, right on top of this. each layer -- >> just spread it around? >> yes. you want to paycheck sure you lay them flat. >> gotcha. >> then repeat the layers again. so the layerers will be soft -- sauce, noodles, ricotta. >> and the top layer? >> the cheese. never skimp. go for the real stuff. we are going meatless monday. you still get cheese. >> in the oven for how long? >> 375 for an hour. >> all the people down stairs
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>> thank you. >> ellie kemperer is is here. >> first time al and ellie are together in a long time. >> since the last time. >> you have a lot coming up. live performance from cody simpson. judd apatow will sit down with us. we love that. >> i'm about to get some more.i'm ... ==anim== happening today... ==take vo== very good morning to you. it is 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. happening noudtoday, an unusual battle over embryos and the right to those embryos begins in a san francisco courtroom. the case surrounds a high-profile divorce and echoes the controversy surrounding actress sofia vergara and her former fiance.
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a couple decided to freeze embryos when they were married back in 2010 when the wife was diagnosed with cancer. the couple has settled the financial part of their divorce. hope they can settle this, too.
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this morning on "today's take," a scare for carrie underwood. how the singer scared her 4 month old -- saved her 4 month old son. and cody simpson has something new for us. and director judd apatow on the "trainwreck" hitting theatererers. that and more comin up thousand. >> announcer: from nbc ins, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is "today." a beautiful monday morning the new york city july 13 2015. big crowd on the plaza.
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i'm willie with al and natalie the unbreakable kimmie shhchmidt and al roker is back. [ applause ] >> this is the first time we have experienced the magic with you co-hosting. >> brains are aboutto explode. i missed you. >> i missed you uh. >> you have to say that. >> no, i don't. >> thanks, al. >> we have a great show. a live performance from cody simpson. judd apatow will be here. el ly worked with him on "bridesmaids." i want stores. >> the dirt. >> can't wait to talk to judd. the crazy carrie underwood story. her is 4 month old son got locked in the car. she tweeted wen your dogs manage to lock themselves, all your stuff and the baby in the car and you have to break a window to get in. clarifying, my brother in law
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was the window breaker. all is good now minus is the broken window of course. has it happened to you? >> not with my children inside. that moment of panic like i have to get in there. it's hot too. you leave your kid hs in the car. >> the temperature shoots up. >> if you lock your kid in the car, call 911 first. cover the windows to keep the car from heating up until the police get therement. if you break a window, do it far from the child so the glass doesn't shatter. >> i know you can do it from inside. i wonder if there is on outside number for on-star where they can unlock it remotely. >> you have uh to have the service. >> yeah. the dogs doing it. nobody was in the car but i was driving with pepper and she was looking out the window.
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all of the sudden i heard the window open. she was standing on top of the -- and the window lever open ed. i was trying to pull over because i was afraid she would fall out. for three minutes evidence likei was like i can't get over. >> she was in the back seat? >> she was driving. >> you had your head out the window. >> so distracting. >> fantastic. the bugs are the only problem really. >> the wind in your face. nothing like it. >> al is back, ladies and gentlemen. >> how many of you loved tv in the 90s? feeling nostalgic for the shows we watched? >> the '90s? >> great tv. comedies drama "er" "friends "seinfeld."
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there was an article about what type of tv fan are you? the writer says netflix, we allmanromanticize the past. you watch the reruns like what did i see in that show? >> it was the cartoons when you watch them. >> not so great. >> i thought scooby doo was a great actor. >> my kids were watching the flintstones. i said, you're watching old school. this is not that funny. it's hilarious, war you talking about? >> hanna-barbera are reused great character thes like muttly. ta dog started with snuffles. dog biscuit? >> he can do that all day.
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>> talk about animated characters, ask al. >> what are you not tall jiker for? >> "friends." when i rewatch it. back then i had just got my first apartment in the city. my apartment didn't look like tears. >> nobody. >> it showed the camaraderie, friendship. i loved that. thousand i watch it and there are things that make me angry. like how can they afford that? where's the reality? >> it's a sit com. >> i messed it up. i thought they said '80s. so i said punky bruceewster. i will update it to "90210". >> i thought it was any show you were nostalgic for. >> that, too. >> there is no wrong answer. i chose one from the '80s. i chose "golden girls."
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♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ >> do your rose impression. >> here's what you're going to do. you're an idiot. >> that's not rose. >> that stands the test of time. that was a well written show. it takes you to a specific place in your life. but i think it stands up to current standards. >> it was ground breaking. four classic sit-com actresses together. spectacular. it was a master class if acting every week. >> so many of us loved that show. >> you watched it as a child and now. >> i was "man from uncle" in the '60s. they are doing a reboot. big screen. it will be a movie. david mccallum and robert
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vaughan as napoleon solo. leo carol was the head of the secret agency. waverly. >> i never saw it. of course the spoof, "get smart" smart." >> what was the first grip on that show. you know the characters. who was the gaffer? >> this is what i have been waiting for since i have been away. >> you missed the frozen custard and my marathon wristband. i have raised the bar. it's time for this week's chef ellie's show and tell. speaking of television nostalgia i have one from the old kemper archives. you have been clamoring for this. i will give the public what they want. back this 1992 i have not said evidence showing this.
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i made a home movie with my sister and my neighbor called "man under the stairs." it is a whoerhorror movie. >> how old? >> 12. >> fantastic. >> let the magic run its course. it has more than 25,000 views on youtube. for the full length movie head to >> first a look at the clip. >> it's ees's coming for you! [ screaming ] >> under the stairs! >> katie, what's wrong? >> i know you won't believe me. i could have sworn i just saw a man under the stairs. [ laughter ] >> a man under the stairs? i think you have been in school too long. >> i'm serious. you have to believe me. come see for yourself. >> are you talked to mom about this? >> no. i i just got home from school. >> a man under the stairs?
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>> yes. >> i'll check he it out. katie? you sure you don't want to come down with me? she must be really scared. [ screaming ] there's a man under the stairs! got to tell mom, dad, the police, someone. there's a man -- under the stairs! [ applause ] >> yes! >> bravo! >> my gosh. wow. >> you had the cry the tears. >> i had everything mapped out. my reaction to katie when she's giving me the news is oh what?
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i had practiced in my head. i have to say kerr areie and can ikatie are are the true heroes. >> i like the movie that tells you the premise right in the title. there is a man -- under the stairs. >> thank you. >> pretty much explains the whole thing. >> you get it. >> there's a weather map -- right over here. we are looking at severe weather. already passed through chicagomentchicago. look at this line into indianapolis by lunchtime. looking at problems. chicago, just about clear. same in milwaukee. look at the picture. that's the chicago skyline. the airport in milwaukee is clear. checking, hour and a half delays. it's a mess. delays and cancellations.
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you think see we have a risk of severe weather today. in fact, right now a strong risk from chicago, indianapolis evansville into lexington. 47 million people at risk. more strong storms on tap for good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're in the upper 60s right now across most of the bay. like the east bay at 69 degrees. and san francisco is now checking in at 64 degrees. as we go into the rest of the day expect a high of 70 degrees in the city. in the north bay reaching 83 degrees. 73 in the east bay. while the peninsula tops out at 82 degrees, the south bay at 86 degrees. and in the tri-valley today expect a high of 87. sun dance isle call calling. we're doing a reboot of "man -- under the stairs". >> i may not be here tomorrow.
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now judd apatow directing "trainwreck" starring amy schumer. >> amy plays a writer who is afraid of commitment until is heel falls ss ss -- she falls for a charming doctor. >> good to be here. >> it's terrific. how did this movie come about? howard stern? >> i was listening to howard stern. she was on, interesting, telling great stories. i said i think she's a writer a film headacherer-- makerer. i i asked her to write "trainwreck." that's the short version. >> she is a commitment-phobe when it comes to relationships. she doesn't believe in it. that's taken from her real life, i guess. >> it's from my life. there are so many people. >> slow down.
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>> with just started talking about what was happening with her relationships, what's going right, what's going wrong. i said if the perfect guy showed up how would you handle it? she said, i would screw it up. >> how do you describe her he huer mor to people finding her because of the incredible exposure. i opened up the new york times. front page of arts & leisure. she's been funny forever. how do you describe her comedy? >> sas iyy sassy, ellie kemper type. bringing her in. >> thank you. >> she's super honest. i feel she's attacking things that need to be attacked. she he puts comedy first. she talks about important things and be crazy funny doing it. >> i was talking with her in london. said what are you going to say when you accept your award. she said, i don't know. i'll see what everyone else says
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and judge by that. maybe not appropriate for morning television but off the cuff, the most hilarious. go online and youtube it. gla you are mower imour awards. so funny. >> you worked together if "bridesmaids" and you said last time you were together -- >> you wùq re present the day the food poisoning -- >> any time there is food poisoning. we echeck the color of the vo mitt the action. >> i saw you over there like -- >> there was a lot of debate about is this going to be in the movie? i said, let's give it a shot. we can jump over the scene. >> it was the best. >> when you think of romantic comedy you have bill h ader, but i wouldn't have thought lebron james. tell us about directing him. >> every now and then you get to
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dominate a man. maybe this was my moment to show lebron what my athleticism is about. he 's hilarious nice and kills in the movie. he's in it a lot. >> i was surprised how much he carries subpoena. >> he's our bruno kirby. you know? >> i love that. >> everybody has to have are one. >> there is an indy flick called "man under the stairs." it's an ellie kemper joint from 1992. maybe a reboot? something like ta. >> it's a on9 error -- horror movie. >> like "the blair witch project". >> why are you in the shower? >> i can't explain. >> i like her hand there. >> i'm saving everybody from my
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acting. >> you would be great. >> he's on tour. >> i have been doing stand-up. >> how has it been? >> very good. i'm excited. when i act i get real stiff and i point a lot. i can't stop pointing. >> you can make it work. >> "trainwreck" from universal opening on friday. >> up next, he became a youtube sensation at 11 years old. now cody simpson is debuting a oh no, we have a dress code here, and it's not see through. next! whoa, this is a lunchbox not a halloween bag. so sorry - this lunchbox is already at capacity. rrrrr...a natural beauty. you're making me melt. shall we? mini babybel is 100% natural cheese. a good source of protein and calcium, and a whole lot of fun. mini babybel. snack a little bigger!
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burst onto the music scene at 11, posting videos on youtube. his album "surfer's paradise" landed on the bill board top 200. he headline ed a sold out tour and continued his four-year run on bill board's 21 under 21. in 2014 he released "home to mama" with justin bieber which had over a million mentioned in a day on twitter. ♪ now the 18-year-old has released his third album "free." it's already gaining buzz. the first single "flower" was mtv's let of the week. ♪ >> with songs like "new problems" and "living easy" it will be no problem for cody to continue climbing the charts. >> cody simpson. we were showing you love this morning. >> new sound.
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with did this come from? >> i'm pretty young from australia. on my 13th birthday came to new york for the first time. i got signed that day. so the past five years have been an experience for me . learning lots and going through all the natural childhood/teenage phases in front of people. it can be a little bit frustrating. a lot of people can refresh everything when they go to college or something. i have all this stuff online. when i turned 18 it hit me what's going on. what's happening. this is not the way i want to live my life. i just had to take a step back and start jamming with my friends, as a guitar player. this is my first independent album. >> i'm excited for the news. when you look back do you think
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report emergencies. there's no word yet on when 911 is going to be up and running again. and new video this morning of an elderly woman missing for three days in the east bay. but there's a happy ending here. she was found safe. search crews found that woman around 10:30 last night in walnut creek near an open space area. she'd been missing since friday when she was seen leaving her downtown walnut creek apartment. in the video the woman is being taken by ambulance to the hospital but only as a precaution. coming up right after this we're going to have a look at weather and traffic.
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♪ ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ ♪ finally, i have a manly chocolatey snack ♪ ♪ and fiber so my wife won't give me any more flack ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪ weather toss to traffic traffic good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we still have a few clouds as we look towards san francisco. but as you walk out the door temperatures are nice and comfortable and heading into the low 70s this afternoon in the city. in the peninsula expect a high of 82 degrees. in redwood city and gilroy topping out at 89 degrees. we've got 70s and 80s all across the bay. some of the warmer spots like the tri-valley could get as warm as 87 degrees.
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and temperatures continue to go up as we go through the workweek. let's get a look at traffic now with mike. kari we had that shift last week where 101 approaching palo alto instead of moving right move left still have the slow drive into pali. and a southbound 280 jam at wood site sticking around. that's the morning slowdown. same thing for san mateo north of 92. south bay looking better for 101 and 85 top and bottom of your screens approach the bay bridge metering lights on but doyle drive smoothly. good news there trying to track your way to work on a monday morning. you'll be there soon enough. we'll see you again in 25 minutes with another news update. : good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! see what spam can! do... at
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taking a look at headlines. greece has reached a new bailout deal this morning to avert financial collapse. global markets reacted favorably because a melt down in athens could have had a global impact. the deal calls for the greek government to cut spend ing further. greece will remain this the single currency euro zone. the fight between two retail giants is heating up. walmart will launch a big sale this wednesday to rival amazon's much anticipated prime day. it will offer more than 2,000 roll-back discounts. walmart criticized amazon's discounts to prime members saying we just don't believe you should pay a fee to get a better price. starbucks is joining forces with more than a dozen company this
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is a massive hiring plan aimed at young minority workers. the companies which include alaska airlines and cbs srks cvs health will kick off with a job fair this chicago next month. young athletes who need surgery early in their sports careers may want to exercise caution. researcherers studied 1100 young athletes and found those who needed leg and especially knee surgery before college pafmay have a hemoglobinerer risk-- higher risk for more surgeries. yellow was gold at the box office this weekend as the men i don't knows took in an estimated $115 million. then jurassic world in second. let's check on the weather. >> loved the minions this weekend. as we watch what's happening
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this week, starting off with a risk of strong storms from illinois back to kentucky. wet weather along the midatlantic states. western two thirds of the country. a few hitter rhit or miss thunderstorms. we are looking at the strong storms making their way into the mid tlek and southeastern atlantic states. wet weather in the northeast. again the sunshine continues out west. 78 in los angeles. perfect day although they need the rain. they t good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures are going up this morning. and we're already at 69 degrees in the east bay. san francisco at 64 degrees. and we see a lot of sunshine as we start out the day. we'll see more of it as we go into the afternoon. highs reaching 86 degrees in the south bay. peninsula 82 degrees. and the east bay 73 degrees. expect highs in the tri-valley to make it up to 87 degrees today while san francisco tops
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out at 70 degrees with pleasant weather. that's your latest weather. >> thank you, al. for all of you at home you may want to finish up the bowl of cereal fastment what we are about to tell you is gross. >> germs mold and bacteria are are all over items you use every day and your children. here to talk about it executive editor of good housekeeping, megan murphy. >> good morning. everybody. >> this is disgusting. >> it is. super gross. >> your ear buds. i never thought of it. >> 68% of them have bacteria. it's because you don't think of it. they are in and out of your ears and you don't clean them. take an alcohol wipe. i steal from it the first aid kit. take a little bit of alcohol on a q-tip. swipe them clean. if you have the kind with removable pads dip them in vinegar. it's nature's disinfectant. i i love me some vinegar. soak them and shopping for ear buds or head phones i love the
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urban ears. you can take testimony off. ter washable. even this is washable. >> really? wow. >> i never think to wash it. >> think about washing it. your keyboard, also disgusting. >> mold, east bacteria. >> yeast? like bread? >> and bacteria. you wash your hands before you eat. but do you wash before you type? >> and your keyboard. >> eating over your desk. unplug the keyboard give it a tap. get the junk outment use compressed airer or a blow dryerer on ale cool setting. >> a blow dryerer. especially at home. you can also fire away with ta that. rubbing alcohol on a q-tip. work the keys. clean it. it keeps it clean. >> this one. >> this is upsetting. >> this is the second dirtiest
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thing in your house. gross. >> the bathroom. >> this is the worst offenderer. because it is closed. it's a happy home for mold. if you are shopping for a toothbrush holderer get one that's open air. your toothbrush is up rightment it can evaporate moisture. run it through the dishwasher. disinfect toothbrushes in mouthwash. store them this the medicine cab thet because bacteria gets airborne when you flush the toilet. >> shouldn't you change them every 30 days? >> every two months. if the you're sick, throw out your toothbrush. >> i always do. >> vinegar again! >> nature's disinfectant. your coffee pot. you fill it with water headache your pot of coffee. most of the water is gone, but not all. still water, yuck. after you make the pot keep the
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lid off. let everything evaporate and do a vinegar rinse. equal parts vinegar water once a month. it's all about the vinegar. run the cycle. it disinfects everything. if you have one of those that comes out, run it through the dishwasher. it's knowing they're gross. >> the awareness to do it. >> your glasses. we wear them every day. they are on the pace, how often do you wash them? >> several times a day. i'm a fanatic. >> if you're this the al and you do this and wipe it on your shirt bacteria in your mouth. dish detergent on your finger clean the lenses. soak them in water. this is the magic. a coffee filter to dry the lenses. it doesn't streak or scratch and no lint. >> what about the phone? >> nasty. an alcohol wipe. best for electronics because it evaporates quickly.
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skirt steak . we have steak tomatoes, radishes, water melon, hearts of palm. a simple vinaigrette. >> the matrix of the grid. >> we have the skirt steak. an awesome cut of beef. it's easy to cook. it's not that fatty. it's really a delicious cut of beef. salt and pepperer. a couple of minutes on each side. i have olive oil on the grill. you can see it goes quickly. you get a nicer char on the outside like that. >> what else? >> these are hearts of palm. i fell if love with them. they make a summer salad with a
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lot of rich flavor. hair heirloom tomatoes arugala or romaine. if you're not into cucumbers snap in peas or carrots. i'm using a couple kinds of melon. cut the end off. go through and cut around to get the peel off lake that. >> doesn't matterer what kind? >> use whatever is fresh. the market farm stand farmer's market. get that out. >> and the burrata is the key. >> it gives creaminess. it's fresh mozzarella with cream inside. they pull it, tie it in a knot and soak it in water. it's so good. i will toss it together. can one of you carve the steak?
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see how the grain goes like this? cut across the grain so it isn't chewy. cut it in half and turn it 90 degrees. slice it on the bias. >> i never knew that. >> al, let us know what you think. tender? >> perfect. >> because it has the long grain if you cut with the grain it's chewy. across the grain it's not chewy at all. this is coming together. i season my salad dry. i learned this in spain. season it first and add the vinaigrette. all of the seasoning melts in and gets evenly distributed. can you throw the vinaigrette in here? >> how is it, ladies? >> we're eating all day today. we had lasagna. >> thank you so much. for these and other light meals head to >> good to see you. coming up next, a live performance from pop star cody simpson after this.
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the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> and now it's time for new music by aussie pop star and teen heart throb cody simpson. >> he was jamming during the commercial break. now the first single off his third album "free"." ladies and gentlemen, cody simpson with "new problem." take it away. ♪ ♪ you used to say that all it take s takes is a dollar and a daydream ♪ ♪ but now you'd do anything to
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deflate me ♪ ♪ when you were down ♪ ♪ and when you died ♪ ♪ who was there ♪ ♪ right by your side ♪ ♪ but thousand i'm out the door ♪ ♪ won't waste no time thinking about you anymore ♪ ♪ cause i got new girls, new problems ♪ ♪ i usedwon't waste though time talking about you anymore ♪ ♪ i got uh new girls, new problems ♪ ♪ i used to think that all it i took was a little love ♪ ♪ i guess that's not true ♪ ♪ cause baby ♪ ♪ now i know that it's not enough ♪ ♪ when you were down ♪
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♪ when you were crying ♪ ♪ you were running around, babe ♪ ♪ you were lying to my face ♪ ♪ when you were down ♪ ♪ i was trying to ♪ ♪ lift you up, feather in the wind ♪ ♪ i'll never do that again ♪ ♪ cause thousand inow i'm out the door won't waste no time thinking about you anymore ♪ ♪ cause i got new girls ♪ ♪ new problems ♪ ♪ i won't waste no time talking about you anymore ♪ ♪ cause i got new girls new problems ♪ >> break it down for me now. ♪ baby got another thing coming ♪ ♪ i got another, another thing coming ♪
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kathie lee and hoda. >> welcome back to al roker. two weeks is too long. >> missed you. >> not. >> yes. >> you were having a ball. >> i was. but still missed you. >> drinking at the bar. >> a little kathie lee would have been great. >> hysterically funny. >> where's the ocea
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9-56... i'm ... ==vo== authorities in the east bay are looking for someone they good morning everyone. 9:56. i'm scott mcgrew in the nbc bay area newsroom. authorities in the east bay looking for someone they say tried to run down a police officer. lafayette police say 28-year-old alexander william anderson also
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uses the name effron, accused of ramming a police car last thursday. anderson also wanted in connection with several home burglaries. a potential make or break vote next week in the south bay. santa clara county's largest union has decided to vote again on ratifying a new contract. union representatives tentatively agreed to a deal two weeks ago, members rejected it last friday. we're learning now some of them may not have understood the new terms. a strike effect -- strike rather would effect everything from garbage workers to 911 operators. new vote slated for july 22nd. let's check your weather this morning. >> good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're in the mid-60s as you walk out the door. and a few clouds here and there, but sunshine in san francisco. as we go into the afternoon expect highs to reach into the 70s and 80s across most of the bay. the peninsula today reaching 82 degrees. san francisco 70 degrees. and 73 degrees in the east bay
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while the tri-valley tops out at 87 degrees. north bay today reaching 83 degrees. and mostly sunny skies all across the bay. all right. we're going to look here toward the bay bridge over by the bay as well. and we have the backup although lanes for fast track are moving well. look at your map still jammed coming off the 580 interchange. good flow through berkeley but that's about it. san francisco where doyle drive right here smoothly a little slower than some might like but they're moving. that's good news to and from the golden gate. jamming up south 101 through san mateo and again approaching palo alto out of redwood city. that shift has moved folks to the left but hasn't cleared on university. and northbound routes recovering 237 west and north 101 through san jose. back to you. mike thanks. another local news update in half an hour. see you then.
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a fighter. frontline plus. the vet's #1 choice. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> who is that hody? >> that is the jason derulo singing "want to want me." >> and it's funday monday. we hope you had a fantastic weekend. it was one of the first great weekends back here. it finally felt like a great summer weekend, didn't it? >> we have a big show, don't we? >> and we're so glad you're joining us. we'll get you caught up on the celebrity headlines over the weekend including news john stamos has entered rehab.
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he's going to be okay i think. >> i hope so. we love him. then the man behind the hits like "bridesmaids" and "knocked up" judd apatow has a new movie called "train wreck" with amy schumer. plus, the newest today fit club members lost more than 300 pounds combined. >> how was the weekend? you were with your famous dollars. >> "the gallows" beat expectations so they're thrilled. i think it made over 45 times the initial investment. i wish i could find something like that in my life. >> exactly. >> she's moving on. >> i know cody saw the movie this weekend. >> cody is getting his master's in film making at oxford university in england so he knows a good script when he sees one and a good film and he said "mom it was so much better than
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i thought it was going to be and cass was so good in it and i forgot i was watching cass." so that's a rave from cody. were you in the hamptons? >> i went to the beach and me and joel went this this cool place called cow fish. it's like being at your house. it's got -- there are boats in the back, it's gorgeous. the sun was just going down. we had a great, great time. and the guy -- there's a guy named eric who runs things. there he is. he was a great guy they were so kind to us. so that's what we did for the weekend. >> good. just do nothing. we just had date night after date night. >> well you've been having to catch up because he's doing traveling. >> yes. >> all right, jk rowling. >> serena williams won wimbledon. >> serena slam. >> she's been kicking it. but here's what happens
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inevitably. when something good happens the weirdos come out on twitter and they click clack on line because they have nothing else better to do. so one of those losers click clacked that said -- and here was the tweet "ironic then that the main reason for her success that she's built like a man." okay thank you moron, for your tweet. >> that's pretty much what the "harry potter" jk rowling said. >> she's built like a man, yeah my husband looks just like this in a dress, you're an idiot. >> i like her. and often -- sometimes i don't like when you call out someone like that. they're going to get lost in the sauce and now that jk rowling has tweeted now the guy is getting more recognition, he probably would have been lost in the thoegsethos. >> he's going to be embarrassed by it. her tweet was retweeted 48000 times and liked over 100000 times so take that.
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i think she's just -- she's built the way she needs to be to dominate the sport she dominates. by the way i watched the me's final djokovic and federer. you can't believe you're watching what you're watching. and federer at 33 is still kicking it. i wanted the old guy to win. >> isn't that funny that the 33-year-old is the old guy? >> well serena is too. i love that sport. >> this may be one of our favorite pieces of video. pampers made this new online video called pooh ded pooface. it's slow motion when babies are going number two. let's go ahead and look. [ laughter ]
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>> that's so cute! [ laughter ] his eyes glazed over! [ laughter ] oh, my gosh! oh, i love the glazed eyes! >> that is awesome. the question was were they really capturing it? >> and the ad maker said it was timing was based on inside knowledge of when the baby usually does its business. you usually have the proof right afterwards. >> speaking of cute babies, this is an adorable video. this mom named jessica posted this video on facebook, it's gon4gmh ip c1 her baby needed glasses and wasn't able to see clearly. this was the video of her getting glasses for the first
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time. watch. >> hi. hi rks, piper! hi! >> then she looks at her dad! oh! >> look at that! that is precious. you know how babies grab for everything? i don't know if she's keep them on. >> oh, my gosh! >> i wonder how old she is. she's so cute. speaking of age, we have the other end of the spectrum here. this is a beat box grandma. >> all right. sometimes you hear a good beat and you want to tap your toe. well there's a grandma getting her groove on while she was listening on the street. here she is. >> brussels belgium.
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oh! [ laughter ] >> that's a crowd pleaser! she's quite agile. she probably dues zumba. >> she was moving it and shaking it. the big question is in what was in that bag she was waving around. >> she had her dog with her. >> i think we get it. >> i think we've gotten a idea. so kathie lee is about to be -- we want to point out. before we show you this video of kathie lee on this show called "whose line is it anyway" we had to edit out a lot of it because we've heard from sources close to our nbc screeners that is -- it's not suitable -- all of it is not suitable for morning tv. >> it's not suitable for nighttime either. >> so what did kathie lee do? let's watch kathie lee with wayne brady and brad sherwood
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singing an impromptu song about kathie lee in the style of a boy band ♪ tonight we're talking about a special lady, you love this chick ♪ miss kathie lee, this is to me this is what i say ♪ yo, kathie lee, you're so fine, with hoda ♪ we can drink a little wine ♪ >> apparently i was out of control and there was absolutely no alcohol involved, none. i just -- i love improv and when you go on that show -- these guys are such geniuses. you have to go with what they throw at you. you have to. >> and you went with it. you went with it. i like it. can we point out there a's a couple right behind you that just got engaged. >> let's say hi. we love young love and young love is in the studio. congratulations on your engagement awesome. >> anyway, if you care i had to
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written you a song called "where there's a will there's a way" and we have a wonderful broadway performer singing it for you this week. will you bring will to the studio? >> we are. we are. we're so excited. >> terrific! we'll see this thursday. >> safe travel, see you soon. >> we appreciate it. >> oh i love it! >> good stories in the world. love it. we have our favorite things coming up later in the show. you don't want to miss them. >> everybody has been asking about the nail polish. plus what carrie underwood had to say about the scare involving her little boy. we'll get the details in today's buzz. >> and a hollywood hid maker who does it again with his new daddy gator couldn't push the throttle on his little boat any harder if he tried. he's beached here, gazing out on an unforgiving landscape. for while the people who come in here use quilted northern, a toilet paper that works so well they completely forget their experience... daddy gator sees all and forgets nothing. "i've got to motor out of here," he thinks.
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he has launch it had careers of many now-famous actors and is the creative mind of some of the biggest hits in hollywood. >> we're talking about judd apatow. he did movies like "the 40-year-old virgin." >> that was me. >> or the very funny "knocked up." >> that was hoda. >> and he is the executive director of the hit hbo series "girlsment". >> now judge has directed the highly anticipated comedy "train wreck" starring amyb=náq) who loved it and "saturday night live" act oror bill haider.
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amy considers a promiscuous woman who considers her life-style when she meets a charming sports doctor. how is it going? >> this film is such fun. i had a chance to watch it and had belly laughs. i love how you decided to put amy schumer in this role. you were listening to her on the radio. '0jm>> i heard her on howard stern and she was crazy funny and i thought i think she's a storyteller. then she wrote this movie. >> so you think she tells the truth? she's not afraid of the truth. >> exactly. and i think the best comedians are forthcoming and brutally frank. if she's crazy, she's crazy. >> she's also got a serious side. i know she's a trained actress but to watch her in some of those more poignant scenes it's very believable. >> it's also very deep, sweet movie about her relationships her relationship with her dad and, you know, it's not just a goofy movie it has powerful moments. >> she said she was writing
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about her own life. that's basically true, huh? >> it's a starting point. the emotions are real. i said to her "how's it going with your relationships? is it going well? is it going bad?" then we talked about it and i said "what would happen if you met the perfect guy? could you handle it?" and that's what it's about. >> i like the cameos by like lebron james and stuff like that. was that his first real try at acting? >> he hosted "saturday night live," bill said he was hilarious. so we told him what we wanted to do in the movie because he's not acting like lebron james. he's the bruno kirby. he's the guy who's so into bill's relationship. he's such a good friend. >> and you were saying on the earlier hour -- yeah, your martin luther king jr. mic is sliding and you were happy to not wear every hat. just directing somebody else's words. >> i'd like to do nothing if i could.
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i want to be like rupert murdoch and sit in my house and yell at my kids and tell them what to do and not write or direct. figure out a way to make money without showing up. >> there's been stuff in the news about you and whoopi goldberg. whoopi was defending bill cosby and you went on twitter and said "hey, hey, not so fast." have you spoken? >> i think she's trying to say let's wait until we have all the information. i understand the hesitancy to jump in this that way i don't think she's defending him, she's saying let's get all the information and there's a lot of information that hasn't come out yet. but i think enough information has come out -- >> especially the deposition when that was released. that changes things. >> when you have quaaludes and you're using them for your dating life -- >> don't they put you to sleep? >> it's a slipping pill. i don't think people understand. quaaludes weren't a drug for -- it's not like a muscle relaxer. >> it's not a swinger drug.
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let's make this week special for one of our viewers because it's time to award our fan of the week. our fan juliet joins us and watches us on kpn 12. who is that little baby there? >> this is sawyer. your littlest fan. >> she's so cute! >> she is precious. so we want to tell everybody why you were chosen juliet and brian, her high school sweetheart. they've been married for nine years this past may.
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they welcomed their beautiful baby boy sawyer christian dietz. >> julia tells us while she was delivering sawyer in the hospital she kept the tv in her room and the little boy arrived during our hour. juliet is enjoying maternity leave. her favorite segment is ambush makeover. thank you for tuning in. >> we want to give a beautiful trip for you. just answer the one question right and you'll have 15 seconds. so you need to answer correctly to win the grand prize. ready? >> okay. ready. >> here we go. there's recently been an exciting addition to our show. who was just named today's newest contributor. is it a flo-rida, b, ryan gosling or, c, regis philbin. 0, c, regis philbin? >> regis philbin! >> great!
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it's the straighter drive than the old temporary bypass and the lanes are wider. there are also some safety upgrades and landscaped median. 911 service is offline this morning for people in the north bay. some of them, anyway. unspecified problems affect the 966 prefix in the 707 area code an area around lake marietta. the napa county sheriff's office telling people to call a different number in instead. you see it there on your screen. anyone affected call 707-253-0911 to report emergencies. there's no word on when regular 911 will be up and running again. we'll check weather and traffic coming up a it have break.
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good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. today, we expect a high of 87 degrees. after the low clouds in the morning, we'll get a lot of sunshine in redwood city reaching 82 degrees. soma, 72 degrees. and for the north bay, look for highs in the 80s, while we see 70s in most of the east bay. walnut creek, though up to 85 degrees and pleasanton reaching 86 degrees with some afternoon sunshine. that's a look at weather. now let's get a look at traffic with mike. >> kari the south bay still slow for 101, that's the only stretch in the south bay. peninsula jammed coming south into palo alto. a late crash here 880 at winton, has things tied up out of hayward. the rest of the nimitz is just fine. we have just a little slowing and the backup is spinning out
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at the bay bridge toll plaza. back to you. >> mike thanks. make sure to join us at 11:00 for our big newscast. see you then. we're back on this funday monday. if you're back at the beach you may have missed some of the celebrity bus we're getting you caught up in today's buzz. here with the hottest headlines is the founder and editor-in-chief of show biz cafe jack ricco. great to see you. there was news reports that john stamos went into rehab. >> after being charged with dui last month he is in rehab. he checked in for the treatment of substance abuse. there is no confirmation on when he bent in or what he went in for but nbc reached out to their
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reps and their rep says listen we're asking for privacy. but the good thing is he has two shows coming out. the first one will be in the fall for fox called "grandfathered" and in 2016 he's obviously doing the "fuller house" sequel to "full house" so he'll have a very busy year. >> well, he realize head had problem. good for him. i hope it's what he needed? >> i think in cases like this maybe you might detect something yourself and let me make sure it's solved. >> carrie underwood posted a tweet that caught people's attention. her baby was in the car. >> she went through a major scare this weekend. so she comes back to the car finds out that all those doors and windows are completely locked. it looks like the dogs she had in the car locked it and, here's the kicker, she had her four-month-old son isaiah inside the car. she must have been freaking out. her brother-in-law came in, smashed the window and saved the day but it must have been a
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major scare for her. and she must have felt at some point really comfortable to be able to tweet. she put out two three tweets explaining the situation to her 4.6 million followers who were just making sure that everything was okay with her. >> that baby is adorable. look at them as a cup. >> they're gorgeous. >> can you even stand it? look at them. >> beautiful babies right? >> jennie garth got married. >> good for her. >> she got married to dave abrams who's an actor/producer. they got married in california and from all the reports it was a very traditional intimate wedding, her three daughters were there as well as tori spelling and it seemed beautiful. she was in great spirits at the wedding seemed very happy. >> she's had a rough couple years. another couple celebrating sofia vergara and joe manage mellowganiello. >> 43rd birthday.
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she had a big party, big blowup party. she had a house full of family, joe was there and she loves to take pictures on instagram. here's the highlights. there's a mariachi band. she was wearing a t-shirt with joe as a centaur. the press was eating that up. >> she's so funny. >> i think they should have a reality show together. they're beautiful and talented. i would want to see that. >> that i might watch. just to look at them. >> comic-con is the hot ticket. people a r there. ben affleck was there with a ring on. >> first public appearance after the divorce announcement from jennifer garner and he was there at the san diego comic-con. now, they did not talk about the divorce. there was no conversations about the divorce but the cameras did manage to snap a photo of him wearing his wedding ring. now i'm not sure what kind of subliminal messages that's sending out but he was basically focused on his movie coming out "batman versus superman" which
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comes out in march, 2016. the trailer is epic. great, great movie. >> then he'll direct another full-fledged and star. >> absolute. >> i and harrison force was there? >> absolutely. he walked into a deluge of applause at the san diego comic-con. his first public appearance after the plane crash in march. there was a standing ovation, a long standing ovation for about a few minutes from 6,000 fans. when the applause settled he said "i'm fine." he acknowledged everyone and he was there promoting his new movie "star wars the force awakens" where they're reuniting markham mill and carriee hamill and carrie fisher." and congratulations on cassidy, top five in the box office, "the gallows," $200000 budget, made over $10 million. the return on investment is incredible. congratulations. >> opens in 62 more countries. thank you so much.
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don't you hate this? you come home to your house and see a line of ants in your kitchen? >> when the weather gets warm, insects like to make themselves at home inside your house. so here to get rid of the pests you have is university of maryland professor of entomology and the bug guy -- which i have no trouble saying -- michael ralph. >> hey ladies how are you doing? >> summertime brings them inside. >> are you ready to meet the critters? >> let's meet them.
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>> ants can be a problem for our friends who live in montclair, new jersey. and sometimes they wind up in your kitchen. they wind up in rocks outside. so when you see them like that on the counter or something, what's one to do? >> ladies, this is a society of sisters. these are all sisters taking care of mom. the reason they're in your house in the first place, they're foodies. they're looking for food. outdoors they feed on honey dew from aphids but they'll send out scouts and when the babes find that drop of lonniehoney in the cabinet, they'll leave a pheromone trail that lures the sisters back and they set up in your house. >> how do you shut it down? >> make sure your honey cap is on. >> clean the counters but i like to shut it down by finding out where they're coming in. for me it's at the patio door. i use a gel bait just like this. it has a sweet sticky attraction and you take it.
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watch this, this is going to be good. arrg, you squeeze it out. that's the noise you have to make it, too. >> that's all you do? >> you put this on -- right where the trail comes in the door, they'll take the poison back to the nest, kill the queen. >> move on to crickets. >> okay. >> those are nasty, too. >> crickets are kind of creepy. we have two kinds of crickets that show up in the home, one is the camel cricket those guys are silent. they're the big hoppy guys. we have these other ones that are called feeled crickets, those are the guys this that church in the basement. these guys like to keep their shoulder on the wall when they run around. i put a glue card in the corner of the basement, they run in there, get trapped, fetch them out. >> they're done. >> they don't stand a chance against you, the bug guy. >> and there's several of these different kinds of traps on the market. >> so sticky is the best for them. >> i like the sticky card. can i don't like to spray pesticides for those things the. the other thing you can prevent them from getting in in the first place.
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weather stripping. door sweeps. caulking. pluck those holes, it will keep these guys out in the first place. it will be good for energy. >> spiders. >> spiders are kind of creepy. look at this one. isn't she beautiful? >> well, you probably think so. >> i do. this is meredith and we have another one called sandy. >> you name them? >> we always do. spiders are highly beneficial. they're also breeding right now so you don't want to have these guys having babies in the basement. what i like to do is simply take that red solo cup left over from the fourth of july. >> we have those. >> and just get a little piece of paper and sweep them in, put them outside so they can annihilate pests in your guarden. >> so don't kill spiders? >> just put them outside. >> 30 more seconds or so. >> fantastic. >> what 's this? >> silver fish are another home invader. they feed on starchy materials, books, things you might have stored.
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time to meet the newest members of the joy fit club whose weight steadily creeped up over the years until they decided to do something about. >> it they made big changes in their diet and began adding exercise. they lost more than 300 pounds combined? >> here to introduce them is the leader of the joy fit pack nutritionist joy bauer. >> hi, joy. >> i'm excited! >> you're always excited.
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>> you find great people. >> this segment is unbelievable. first up we have 24-year-old megan castro from los angeles, california. she comes from a family with 12 kids. she's number 10. loving, wonderful family, when she was seven her mom had a massive heart attack and then needed triple bypass surgery. she from that at seven years old developed a significant anxiety disorder. the way she coped with it was with compulsive eating. so she did all of this binge eating. her weight started to climb. in 2011 she was over 300 pounds. so she decided to get to the root of the anxiety. she started journaling and was able to stop feeding the anxiety with food and instead relieving and burning the anxiety through exercise. she found running, kick boxing, weight lifting. >> what? >> she's new a newlywed. i'll give a shoutout to her husband juan. she lost about half her size.
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she lost about 150 pounds. >> good for her. >> she's a personal trainer. she is going to wow you. so 301 pounds right there. >> let's take out the before picture. let's just live here for one second. that's megan's before picture. megan, come out and join the joy fit club, please. oh, my god! >> look at this! >> are you kidding? >> whoa! >> and i'm going to put her on the spot because she can bench press about 150 pounds. >> you can? >> i can squat, yes. >> wow. you want to show us? >> yes, of course. >> she usually does about 10 -- >> do you want many to spot you? >> oh she does it that way? just do it once and then -- >> get in the sweet spot back up a little bit. >> this amazes me. awesome. [ applause ] good job, megan. >> thank you. >> that is impressive. >> thank you so much.
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>> awesome. >> and that's about how much weight she's lost. >> that's amazing. high five. >> next up we have 37-year-old gina canakis from springfield pennsylvania. she had super hardworking parents who instilled a solid work ethic in her. she's the first from her family to graduate from college. she was so driven she had a full-time job, a part-time job, and she was going to school for real estate. she was exhausted and i think one of the big facilitators and problematic factors in her weight gain was that at work they had free food. all you can eat. and she ate a lot. she was about 300 pounds. the turning point for her was when her father passed away from obesity-related issues. it was her wakeup call. she is about to walk out here losing more than half her size. >> here's gina's before picture. you can see it on your screen.
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>> come on out gina cananakis. >> oh, my gosh! look at you. >> she lost about 160 pounds and she has a blog now >> how do you feel? >> i feel wonderful. wonderful. i feel great. my health has completely improved? >> you're still not working a million jobs are you? >> i'm focusing on weight clicks. >> she's lost 50 inches from head to co-. 50 inches. >> you look amazing. congratulations, ladies. thank you. way to go. coming up, we have a few of our favorite things next. >> but first this is "today" on nbc. >> you guys looked so so good.
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right now at 11:00, back open and way ahead of schedule the new doyle drive complete. the city is celebrating, but not everybody is thrilled. good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. >> and i'm laura garcia canon in for kris sanchez. the complete of the new doyle drive finished eight hours ahead of schedule last night, well ahead of this morning's commute. they held a ribbon cutting in the presidio but as you mentioned, now everybody is celebrating. >> it turns out the architect says the striping by caltrans not so


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